Hired 11 times
13 years in business
(Pacific Time Zone)
Mon - Fri
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
We have only consulted at this point but he listened to my material and had perceptive feedback. This is a new experience for me and I'm excited to begin the process.Nov 27, 2018Verified
Ben is a great teacher. He taught me how to use Audacity.Aug 2, 2018Verified
Superb work and I have experienced the best studios and perfect BenMar 2, 2018Verified
Ben is great; he is quite knowledgeable in his craft, and understands the nuisances of working with different types of artists. For our particular project, it is a balancing act of different people (personalities, abilities, etc. ) coming together in a studio to capture the best performance that we can. Working with Ben on this has been a joy. I would strongly recommend him to anyone needing his services as an recording engineer.Oct 15, 2015Verified
Ben was excellent to work with when my software company needed voiceover work for an animated video. It was my first time recording work of this type, and he was patient, friendly, and helpful in getting the type of track we wanted. Ben turned the final files over the same day, perfect for our quick turnaround needs. I would highly recommend working with him and plan to do so whenever the need arises in the future.Sep 3, 2013Verified
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We like to talk about their music first, then get together and start listening to their songs.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Our specialty is music recording for solo artists and bands. We typically provide production and arranging services for our clients and often play instruments on their songs. Having worked as a live mixing engineer at KFOG in San Francisco, CA, Ben Bernstein's mixing skills are sharp and produce desired results quickly.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?When choosing a recording or audio service provider start a conversation. Ask questions. Try and find out how you'll click with the person. Personality is key in this business. Anyone can point a microphone at you, but can they understand what you're trying to communicate with your voice or art? Lastly, whenever possible, check out the studio and meet the service provider before booking a session.